Margriet A. Groen

University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom 
developmental cognitive neuroscience
"Margriet Groen"
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Hänel-Faulhaber B, Groen MA, Röder B, et al. (2022) Ongoing Sign Processing Facilitates Written Word Recognition in Deaf Native Signing Children. Frontiers in Psychology. 13: 917700
Parker AJ, Woodhead ZVJ, Carey DP, et al. (2022) Inconsistent language lateralisation - Testing the dissociable language laterality hypothesis using behaviour and lateralised cerebral blood flow. Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior. 154: 105-134
Nouwens S, Groen MA, Kleemans T, et al. (2020) How executive functions contribute to reading comprehension. The British Journal of Educational Psychology. e12355
Gubbels J, Swart NM, Groen MA. (2020) Everything in Moderation: ICT and Reading Performance of Dutch 15-Year-Olds. Large-Scale Assessments in Education. 8: 1-17
Kleij SWvd, Segers E, Groen MA, et al. (2019) Post-treatment reading development in children with dyslexia: the challenge remains. Annals of Dyslexia. 69: 279-296
Groen MA, Veenendaal NJ, Verhoeven L. (2019) The role of prosody in reading comprehension: evidence from poor comprehenders Journal of Research in Reading. 42: 37-57
Kleij SWvd, Groen MA, Segers E, et al. (2019) Sequential Implicit Learning Ability Predicts Growth in Reading Skills in Typical Readers and Children with Dyslexia Scientific Studies of Reading. 23: 77-88
van der Kleij SW, Groen MA, Segers E, et al. (2018) Enhanced semantic involvement during word recognition in children with dyslexia. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 178: 15-29
Bunt MRvd, Groen MA, Kleij SWvd, et al. (2018) Deficient response to altered auditory feedback in dyslexia Developmental Neuropsychology. 43: 622-641
Francisco AA, Takashima A, McQueen JM, et al. (2018) Adult dyslexic readers benefit less from visual input during audiovisual speech processing: fMRI evidence. Neuropsychologia
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